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Gear / Product Review
A Look at SpeedGrade: Professional Color Grading within Adobe Creative Suite 6

A Look at SpeedGrade: Professional Color Grading within Adobe Creative Suite 6

01/14
2013

SpeedGrade is an important and welcome addition to Adobe's Creative Suite. Find out the details of this versatile color grading app in this review by Joe Herman.

Talks / Craft

A Talk with Livestream’s Thomas Wallis about the Their New Livestream Studio HD500

12/31
2012

Recently, Thomas Wallis, Senior Producer at Livestream, took us through a demo ot their new Livestream Studio HD500, an all-in-one location video production switcher and live streamer...

Media Biz / Article
NYC Mayor’s Media Office Offers $500,000 to Help Small Businesses in Media and Entertainment Train Employees And Grow

NYC Mayor’s Media Office Offers $500,000 to Help Small Businesses in Media and Entertainment Train Employees And Grow

12/29
2012

The Bloomberg administration continues to push to put the City's small business media sector on a secure footing to promote future growth. This current announcement joins other recent initiatives such as the August 2012 announcement for executive education and training grants for those in the media industry...

HP and Dreamworks Collaborate to create Rise of the Guardians

HP and Dreamworks Collaborate to create Rise of the Guardians

12/21
2012

With masterful character design, effects, sets and animation, The Rise of the Guardians is a visually stunning motion picture. Find out more about the unique partnership between HP and Dreamworks animation that went into creating this visually rich CG film.

Media Biz / Facilities
New Brooklyn College Cinema School at Steiner Studios Garners City Support

New Brooklyn College Cinema School at Steiner Studios Garners City Support

12/21
2012

Brooklyn College announced today that the City of New York will make a substantial investment in the Brooklyn College Graduate School of Cinema, which is expected to welcome its first class of students in the fall of 2014. The school will be located at Steiner Studios...

Smoke No Longer on the Horizon

Smoke No Longer on the Horizon

12/21
2012

Autodesk's powerful integrated editing, effects and finishing suite has arrived.

Posts / Gear
Cineversity’s ArtSmart for CINEMA 4D Creates Dynamic Link with Illustrator

Cineversity’s ArtSmart for CINEMA 4D Creates Dynamic Link with Illustrator

12/17
2012

One thing that artists like about Maxon’s CINEMA 4D is how well the popular 3D app works with Adobe's Creative Suite. Things get even better with ArtSmart, a powerful plugin that integrates Illustrator files within CINEMA 4D.

Gear / Craft

Behind the Scenes at HP’s Ft. Collins Workstation Labs

12/14
2012

Do you have any idea of what goes into creating the world’s most popular workstation? If not, join Joe Herman as he gets a behind the scenes tour of HP's Workstation Labs in Fort Collins, Colorado in this in-depth video documentary.

Week in Review / Article
Week in Review No 49: 4K Cameras Beget 4K TVs and Autodesk’s 90 Day License

Week in Review No 49: 4K Cameras Beget 4K TVs and Autodesk’s 90 Day License

12/7
2012

In Week in Review No. 49, check out some of the trends developing as the 4K camera market heats up with some aggressive pricing from Sony for their well-received 4K cameras, the F5 and F55. You'll also read about the first 4K TVs from major manufacturers...

Week in Review / Article
Week in Review No. 48: Losing Prints, Sandy Shooting Changes, Pi for Hula Post

Week in Review No. 48: Losing Prints, Sandy Shooting Changes, Pi for Hula Post

11/30
2012

Week in Review No. 48 checks into the considerable problem facing our photochemical film heritage as we move into the all-things-digital projection era, what changes Superstorm Sandy hath wrought, and to which ends of the earth Hula Post went to in order to set up edit bays for post on Ang Lee's 'Pi'.